General Motors Corp. selects BorgWarner Inc. to supply four-wheel-drive transfer case systems for several future GM sport-utility vehicle (SUV) and light-truck platforms. This is the second award by GM to BorgWarner in recent months. All programs are on a “fast-to-market” schedule and are expected to increase BorgWarner's current transfer case sales by nearly $200 million per year.

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